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UPDATED: Small Business Disaster Recovery Grants

UPDATED: Small Business Disaster Recovery Grants

Posted 14 June, 2019 by Townsville Chamber

From the 10 June, small businesses in North Queensland affected by the flood event can apply for a single grant payment from the newest recovery grants of up to $10,000. The Queensland State Government will provide $3 million for up to two years for small businesses who have been impacted by the flood event caused […]

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PVW Partners Call for Payroll Tax Reform

PVW Partners Call for Payroll Tax Reform

Posted 11 June, 2019 by The Web

The information in this article was sourced from PVW Partners’ treasury submission. Townsville Chamber member, PVW Partners, have released their submission to the Queensland Treasurer the Hon. Jackie Trad MP and the Office of State Revenue calling for a payroll tax reform to create opportunities to build regional Queensland. PVW Partners believes a review of […]

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Why We Welcome Big Projects

Why We Welcome Big Projects

Posted 11 June, 2019 by Townsville Chamber

This information was sourced from the latest edition of Success North Queensland – Issue 43 | June/July 2019, p.40-41. Floods, elections and project promises – why the Townsville Chamber welcomes big projects to the region. Big projects propel the economy forward and make smaller projects possible – DRIVEIT NQ, the lithium-ion plant and upgrades to […]

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Townsville Chamber update – 15 March 2019

Townsville Chamber update – 15 March 2019

Posted 15 March, 2019 by Townsville Chamber

It’s been five weeks since the rain stopped.  While the city is returning to a sense of normality, it is anything but business as usual for many.  Here’s what we have been focusing on for the past month. Our Priorities Our efforts to disseminate recovery information via our communication channels was appreciated by the community. […]

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AI Group Skilling Survey

AI Group Skilling Survey

Posted 1 February, 2019 by Townsville Chamber

The Australian Industry Group (AI Group)’s 2018 Workforce Development Needs Survey provides an important gauge of employer sentiment around skill needs andtraining practices at a critical time for industry transformation, has found major skills pressures facing employers. New approaches to education, training and re-skilling must be implemented to maximise the benefits of the digital economy. The […]

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